Monthly archive

July, 2015

  • In this episode, we look at the tools-of-the-trade for planetary exploration. So, when you arrive at Pluto and open your small, light, carry-on bag (on Voyager, it was a steamer trunk), what’s in there? Recall the first two science objectives from Episode 3. They were to map the surface geology and morphology, and map the surface composition...
  •  Well done to the U.S. Women’s soccer team for picking up their third World Cup trophy in seven tournaments spanning 24 years. It is an impressive record in itself and is cemented by the team being runners-up in 2011 and finishing 3rd in 1995, 2003 and 2007. It means that the U.S. team has finished in the top 3 since its inception. No...
  • To the Editor, On behalf of the entire staff of Beartooth Billings Clinic, I’d like to say thank you to the Red Lodge Home of Champions Rodeo Board of Directors, volunteers and Parade Committee.  Your tireless work throughout the year--year after year--brings such a wonderful event to our community.  Congratulations on your many...
  • To the Editor, The Home of Champions Rodeo committee would like to thank all in the community that worked so hard to help us make our 86th rodeo the best in the west. Whether you are a sponsor, or one of the many volunteers that put in time at the gates, concession stands, ticket booth, medical volunteers, or parades, we could not make it happen...
  • To the Editor, Since the issue of flag display has been in the local news recently, another aspect of local flag etiquettee could be addressed. This is about the small plastic flags placed at local residences by a real estate company. When I was growing up we were taught to respect the flag, never to let it touch the ground and always to display...
  • To the Editor, In the early morning of July 3rd a group of people, believing they were right, took away the flags lining Broadway and replaced them with their own. Regardless of what you believe about flags on the 4th of July, we should all respect the process of wide community dialog and consensus decision making before overturning a decades long...
  • The Carbon County Sheriff’s Department  reported a motor vehicle crash on Monday, July 6, on Highway 310, approximately 3 miles south of Bridger, MT by Mile Marker 20. It was reported as a head-on collision. The MHP was called at 2:57 p.m. and responded to the scene at 3:21 p.m. Jeannette Wong 67 year old female from Washington was a...
  • On Saturday, July 4, Anthony Joseph Goswick, a 26 year old male from the Powell area was identified as the victim in the single vehicle crash on Hwy 310 around mm 31, south of Fromberg. According to the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office, the crash happened at 22:30 hours on July 4, 2015. He was flown to St. Vincent’s Hospital in Billings,...
  • Red Lodge celebrates the country's birthday in style. For more photos please click here